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Thanks for posting these nice photos Roburtone,I am going to drive down soon to check it out.
Thanks again Don for the photo,and welcome to Cinema Treasures.The best website about theatres out there.
Mike do not know if she took photos, if she did I never saw them.But she did buy a brick from the building when it was torn down.Someboby was selling them.My Uncle got it after she died.She alway went to see the movie at the Loews Vendome here in Nashville when it was rereleased a few times.Her favorite movie and book.
Nice update,thanks for posting.
Yes Don that is a nice photo I have already posted it on my profile page.
Interesting story Troy,I worked at the Loews Melrose in Nashville Tennessee,we had a ghost there too.Many people do not believe it though.
My grandmother was there that night.GWTW World Premier.
What a great photo!!!!!
Nice ad this theatre was one block fromt the Loews State in New Orleans.
Nice marquee shots.
What a nice clean theatre.
Thanks for posting first I have heard of tis Loews house.
This theatre was built by Loews.
Another great Vintage photo.
Nashville Flood May 2010.
This is great!
This was a Loews United Artist theatre when first built.
The auditorium of this theatre has been torn down and replaced with a Harris Tetter Store.
From this weeks Nashville Scene.Darrel Scott with String Quintet Sat.Aug 13 8.P.M.August 18-28 Studio Tenn Presents:Guys and Dolls. Nanci Griffith Sat. Sept.3 at 8 P.M.Happy Birthday,Patsy Cline with Mandy Barnett Thursday,Sept.8 at 8 P.M.Loudon Wainwright 111 Sat. Sept.10 at 8 P.M.Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Friday,Sep. 23 at 8.P.M.
This theatre was A.K.A Loews Madison when i worked there.It is a church now.
That is a nice shot,Thanks for posting btkrefft.
The Lobby and concessions area with the carpet pulled up.AKA Loews Madison,this theatre is a church now.
These videos are great,does not look like many people check them out.Or maybe they just do not leave comments.
Thats old school alright.
I agree Mike in Nashville we went from $2.50 to $3.00 in the late 70,s same result.